Former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe shredded his former bosses, AG Loretta Lynch and her deputy Sally Yates, for bias in the Clinton investigation. The Washington Examiner reports:
Fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe shares some harsh words for former Attorney General Loretta Lynch in his new memoir.
In “The Threat: How the FBI Protects America in the Age of Terror and Trump,” McCabe gripes about Lynch’s refusal to recuse herself from the investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s unauthorized email server and her infamous tarmac meeting with former President Bill Clinton.
Excerpts from the book, due out Feb. 19, were reported Tuesday in a review by The Guardian, which obtained an early copy.
McCabe writes Lynch and her deputy, Sally Yates, saw “the investigation of Hillary Clinton … likely nominee of the Democratic party, who was being supported by the president of the United States, to whom they owed their jobs … as a case they could handle without prejudice.”
While McCabe has his own political baggage to deal with, his and Comey’s testimony shows just how corrupt Obama’s DOJ was and how the deep state rigged the investigation away from Hillary Clinton and towards Donald Trump.